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Jul 17, 2011 8:00am PDT
francisco called india now. carol fleming, welcome back. >> thank you, i'm happy to be here. >> nice to have you here and india? interesting topic. interesting choice. why? why did you choose it. >> there are so many reasons to choose india and to now. first of all i'm embarrassed to talk about india because there are so many indias to say any one thing is very true for one portion and very untrue for another portion. so it's an incredibly rich and colorful country with a huge history and a very exciting future which is just now really becoming evident to the world. >> you say also this country of contradictions and contrasts and i'm assuming because most of us think of india we think of poverty. we think of a lot of poverty but a lot of very smart, high- tech people that are doing the jobs over there when you call up you get somebody over there and not necessarily just to help you and those are the contrasts you are talking about. >> absolutely. if you go northern india, for example, those are where you get the colorful pictures of the wonderful colors and exotic religious practices, the hu
Jul 20, 2011 10:00pm PDT
see nothing but true blue in the water. >> reporter: in gaylord india they only serve san francisco water at the table because it is all diner's ask for. >> besides the wine, water. >> we pour three and a half glasses per person every day, the water, an nobody has ever complained that this water is not tasty. >> reporter: the p.u.c. says as of tonight 85% of the water that reaches its customers will be u.v. treated and in san francisco that number jumps to nearly 100%. >> pair sites. >> reporter: but in san francisco there is always dissent. >> do your research and find out exactly what you are drinking. >> reporter: in san francisco, robert lyles, cbs5. >> elsewhere in the world, england's prime minister cut short a trip to africa to fight for his political reputation much the prime minister is mixed up in the news of the world hacking investigation. he is taking some heat for hiring his former communications chief andy collison. collison was the editor at rupert murdoch's "news of the world" when journalists hacked into the voice mails of murder victims and politicians. >> with
Jul 31, 2011 8:00am PDT
back 50 years ago they were uncommon. you go to indigenous cultures, south america, india, china where women if they don't have tv sets i call that indigenous and the women they don't know anything about menopausal symptoms and they do go through menopause meaning they can't make babies any more around 70 or 80. >> but they can have sex and want it. >> sex and having babies after 100. >> some of these -- >> their testren -- testosterone levels of a man. >> mine hasn't dropped i'm 60 years old no have it drop. it's not like you can be blind. everybody who doesn't understand this stuff and in a busy society where stress levels are high it inhibits production of good hormone. >> tell me about the technology. when i'm sitting there having lunch with somebody and all of a sudden than somebody takes a phone call. to me that's says -- maybe is that woman thing or maybe my stress levels. it's saying whoever is there -- i'm here, i showed up. i'm in person. talk to me. >> it's a major stress producer. >> kids are doing. it these young people. >> all over the place and not connecting in the mome
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